Article written by Chairman of Tata Sons Ltd
Mr.Gopalakrishnan succeeds Mr.Ratan Tata as Chairman of Tata Sons Ltd., the holding company for many of the Tata Bluechips like Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Voltas, etc., Possibly he is the first non-Tata person to head the Tata Empire.
The below article written by him is really interesting!
The grass isn't always greener on the other side !!
Move from one job to another, but only for the right reasons.
It's yet another day at office. As I logged on to the marketing and advertising sites for the latest updates, as usual, I found the headlines dominated by 'who's moving from one company to another after a short stint, and I wondered,why are so many people leaving one job for another?
Originally posted by stephen gates:
I come in, do my job, then find my next project
Originally posted by Mark Herschberg:
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Originally posted by Ankur Sharma:
You have just posted the article.. but haven't given your comments...
Your comments are most awaited....
Now let's see what/how do you think on this topic.
Originally posted by Arjunkumar Shastry:
I wondered,why are so many people leaving one job for another?
Its very easy.Its free market.Many jobs in IT/Retail/marketing sector created shortage of people.
the carrot of onsite opportunity?
Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
I've always wondered what the carrot in that is. More money getting paid for being away? Getting to learn the clients industry from close-up? Or is it because the client might be in a different country? Someone care to enlighten me?
Originally posted by ankur rathi:
and reputation .............
Originally posted by Devesh H Rao:
We had a guy in our team who a was big pain in the $%%....he got sent off to client side as a onsite coordinator...the idea was if at all he has to shoot off his mouth let it atleast be somewhere where no one will necessarily listen....
We also had our fingers crossed and hoping for him to jump ships, alas it was not to be. The client was too smart for us.. they did not take the bait ....
Slime does not pay. Always keep your tiny ad dry.
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